Guinea : Basic Agricultural Public Expenditure Diagnostic Review (2003-2012), Main Report | Land Portal

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septembre 2014
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oai:openknowledge.worldbank.org:10986/20121
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The Guinean government assigns a
crucial role to agriculture in accelerating growth, reducing
poverty, and creating jobs. This role is inscribed in
Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) 3, which was
approved by the government in May 2013, following PRSP 2
(2007-2010) and PRSP 1 (2002-2006). As part of the revival
of its agricultural development strategy, the government
through the Ministry of Agriculture expressed its desire for
an agricultural public expenditure review to be carried out
in order to learn from past experience and to improve
performance in the medium term. This request was accepted by
the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency. The cost of this
review was met by the strengthening national comprehensive
agricultural public expenditure in Sub-Saharan Africa
program and co-funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates
Foundation and the CAADP Multi-Donor Trust Fund. The goals
of the 2003-2012 agricultural public expenditure review in
Guinea are as follows: gain a better understanding of the
country's performance in the context of the 2003 Maputo
declaration; seek and recommend corrective actions for
existing programs and suggest appropriate actions for future
programs with a view to improving their impact and making
them more efficient and equitable; and increase the
visibility of the government and the DPs over the
sector's absorptive capacity so that the decision may
be made to allocate more resources to agricultural development.

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